BREEZE AERMOD suite includes the Industrial Source Complex (ISC) short-term model. ISC predicts pollutant concentrations from nearly any type of source emitting non-reactive pollutants. It allows you to define receptor grids and consider topographical features for each receptor location. You are also able to input above ground-level heights to simulate the impact at elevated or “flagpole” receptors. BREEZE ISC also predicts pollutant concentrations from: point, line, area, volume, and flare sources with variable emissions in all terrain regimes.
In December 2006, AERMOD replaced ISC as the U.S. EPA recommended regulatory model. ISC is still widely used internationally.
Model-ready meteorological and geophysical data for the AERMOD and AERMET models
Custom EHS, modeling, and programming solutions for your organization's needs
Process meteorological data for input into the BREEZE AERMOD dispersion model
Meteorological data analysis and two dimensional visualization tool
Understand visually the effects of building downwash in AERMOD
A screening model based on the U.S. EPA AERMOD air quality dispersion model
Air dispersion screening tool used to analyze multiple sources
A multi-layer, multi-species non-steady-state puff dispersion model
Advanced human health risk assessment add-in for Esri ArcGIS®